Ellis Jenkins will require medical procedure subsequent to continuing a “noteworthy knee damage” amid Wales’ November Test against South Africa, his club Cardiff Blues affirmed on Thursday.
Jenkins, who was man of the match in Wales’ triumph over the Springboks, was stretchered off the pitch following the match on Nov.24.
Ridges head mentor Warren Gatland said subsequently that the damage “resembled an ACL”, in spite of the fact that that presently can’t seem to be affirmed.
“Cardiff Blues can affirm Ellis Jenkins continued noteworthy knee damage amid Wales’ fall triumph over South Africa, which will require careful mediation,” the Pro14 side said in an announcement.
“Further master surveys are expected to set up a precise guess following medical procedure.
“Cardiff Blues and WRU [the Welsh Rugby Union] have and will keep on working intently to deal with Ellis’ consideration ideally. No further remarks will be made at this stage.”
Ribs kick off their Six Nations battle away to France on Feb.1. The six-week competition finishes up on Mar.16, with Wales at home to Ireland for the last match of the arrangement.